According to AJC.com, the metro Atlanta area is ranked among the top most congested cities in the world.
According to INRIX's 2016 global traffic scorecard, Atlanta ranked eighth in the world in traffic congestion, behind Los Angeles, Moscow, New York, San Francisco, Bogotá Colombia, San Pablo Brazil, and London England.
The average hours spent in congested trafficin Atlanta is 70.8 per year.
It would be wise to use this information to plan your commute well in advance.
Use Waze or Google Maps to check on areas of congestion.
Leave for your destination early, and have alternate routes in mind.
Drive slowly with caution to assure that you arrive at your destination safely and on time.
This informational blog and plea for safer driving, is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
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